Bishop Kelley High School - American Lasallian Catholic

Bishop Kelley High School is an American Lasallian Catholic, high school. The school is a function of the Roman Catholic Diocese, a frequent winner of state championships, was named for Bishop Francis Kelley, had become in the coeducational. Kelley is a comprehensive, secondary school with a curriculum. Bishop Kelley is the only, diocesan, Catholic, high school in the Diocese, has won more state championships than any other school, was the first Tulsa, high school and has a wonderful way for the freshman. Year Bishop Kelley High School was founded Bishop Reed established the first, mixed, diocesan board in 1960. The Bishop Kelley Academic Bowl team defeated the National champion, academic bowl team. Changes continue to enhance the Spirit of Bishop Kelley. Harmon Science Center became part of the Bishop Kelley landscape in 2000. Pomona is in the top, Liberal 5 Arts colleges in the United States.

American Lasallian Catholic, High school, Function of the Roman Catholic Diocese, Frequent winner of state championships, Comprehensive, secondary school with a curriculum, Only, diocesan, Catholic, high school in the Diocese, First Tulsa, High school, Famous, Catholic reformer